Sunday, November 02, 2008

'Foxglove Spires', Central Tilba, NSW

On the New South Wales south coast is the enchanting Foxglove Spires Gardens at Tilba Tilba.
In 1984, Peter and Sue Southam purchased a 3.5 acre sheep paddock, which contained a 100 year old house and two massive Norfolk Island Pines.
With the addition of another 3 acres in 1999, these gardens are now a constant delight and open to the public all year round.


Kerri said...

I'm sighing with delight after wandering through the meandering paths of these gorgeous gardens.
I just wish I could've been there with you in reality.
It all looks so lush, and tenderly cared for. The roses are blooming gloriously, and foxglove is always beautiful.
Thank you, dear Alice, for sharing this lovely place. It helps to warm the cockles on this chilly night :)

Frankie said...

Hello! I particularly like the archway made by the trees... By the way I'm back on the net blogging intensively!!!

meggie said...

One of these days, I will get to see that beautiful haven!

catsmum said...

oh it's all so GREEN

Patsi said...

Always love a tour.
The long arbour of espaliered Manchurian pears is amazing.
Never seen anything like that...trees grown to fill an arbor. Beautiful photos,beautiful place.
Thanks for sharing.

Tyra in Vaxholm said...

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Look at this!

Have they stolen your work as well?

Michael Manning said...

Awesome and takes us away to another world--TRULY beautiful!

Dee said...

That was a wonderful series of pictures. I love the last flowers- they look just like the blooms on my Texas Sage bush- they must be related!

Seeing Anew said...

I love foxgloves! What a neat theme for public garden!


These pictures are so beautiful, like living in Paradise. Thank you for sharing them via your blog. most impressed.